Thomas Ramey Watson

The Best Time Of Day To Exercise, Study, Eat, And Sleep

We evolved to have a biological clock to help our bodies adapt to Earth’s daily cycles and research suggests that nearly every organ in our bodies follows this hidden, biological timekeeping: Our hearts, livers and digestive tracts all have their own internal schedules to help us perform at our very best.

It seems that we need regular sleeping and eating schedules to keep our organs synced to one big, biological clock

Our bodies have an optimal time to sleep, but also to eat, think and exercise. What’s more, disrupting that natural timing could lead to certain health problems, such as obesity, diabetes, and even Alzheimer’s.


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